The traditional vs the modern is a conflict as old as the world. It has a very visible implication in the inspection driven enforcement activity of the public sector. In the regulatory environment this conflict is formulated like: digital inspection solutions vs old traditional inspection methods.
The regulatory bodies that use traditional methods for inspection are facing an expensive and clumsy process. On the other hand the nature of inspections is always to some degree risky for the success of the whole operation. This risk can increase the cost of inspection process. For example there could be a mistake in the allocation of cases, allowing wrongfully skilled inspectors send on site or some other mistake that could impact the cost.
We’ve already looked through variety of success stories of smart cities that embraced digital transformation. They are winners on the side of the modern and adopters of the optimization through disruptive tech solutions. These solution are doing their magic on different levels at the same time. We already talked about how data automation is an essential level of operation for the inspection software. In this article we will look through AI optimization as another feature that is a game changer for the inspection driven regulatory enforcement.
So, how is AI changing the game?
AI optimises the resource utilisation in inspections
Artificial Intelligence can design the most optimal ways for inspections. It can learn from the existing data and eliminate mistakes like sending wrongfully skilled inspectors on site or planning routes in nonoptimal ways. According to the user data of Canalix, the AI optimization can bring up to 40% better resource utilisation.
AI enables more efficient data flow
When the amount of data is managed intelligently, the business operations are improving. Even if there are potential issues, they can be evaded before affecting the whole outcome. The bottom line is that AI can literally shrink the costs of inspection.
AI eases the decision-making process
The reducing of process time is like the elephant in the room when we talk about digital transformation. So it is with the AI driven inspection platforms. The intelligence of the system can take into account different factors at the same time and eliminate the unnecessary work. This improves the efficiency and at the end of the day decision are made faster. The benefit goes not only to one individual, who is directly involved in the inspection process, but to the whole inspection ecosystem.
A good business optimisation tool will give you the digital infrastructure to do your job better. A great optimization platform will bring data automation and AI optimisation to table. Combine it with a killer UX and you will have a disruption technology in your hands.
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Artificial Intelligence is the concept of having machines “think like humans” — in other words, perform tasks like reasoning, planning, learning, and understanding language.